Tool fans tested positive for coronavirus who attended concert
Tool fans tested positive for coronavirus who attended a concert in New Zealand on February 28. At this concert, also one fan has been diagnosed with coronavirus.
Tool’s last concert in Auckland was the scene of a surprising situation. In this concert, one of the fans was in the general admission standing area the at Spark Arena. He may also have been infectious at the time. This man’s wife announced as positive on Wednesday. He has been in self-isolation since yesterday. The couple returned from Italy last week. He is the New Zealand fourth recorded COVID-19 case. Also, his wife was the second person in the country to be found carrying this virus.
Director general of health, Dr. Ashley Bloomfield talks about that situation and the risk for that:
“We encourage all people in the area of the concert to be aware of the symptoms and contact the Healthline if concerned. The advice is that the risk is very low for all the others who attended this concert. There was no way of tracking the people who were in that area of the concert. They are classed as causal contacts and the advice to them is to call Healthline if they have any symptoms.”
Until now, more than 97,800 people have been infected with coronavirus worldwide, with at least 3,300 deaths and you must be careful about that. Tool band also will kick off their tour of North American shows next week after their latest album Fear Inoculum.